Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Wednesday April 23, 2006

The cold weather caused an unoccupied vehicle's horn to start honking on Spring Creek Drive. The owner was able to turn it off.

A woman told police she lost seven $100 bills. She called back to tell officers that she had actually hidden the bills so she wouldn't lose them. She eventually found the money.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

April 19, 2006

An officer gave a safety and security speech for employees at a local bank.

A woman got drunk on a Greyhound bus trip. She blacked out. When she woke up, she was on the ground near a gas station on East Main Street. She told police her belongings were still on the bus, which had left Bozeman. Officers told her to call Greyhound and get her affairs in order.

A woman on Huffine Lane told deputies someone might have been in her shed.

A driver on Cottonwood Road was stopped for throwing a cigarette out the window. The driver was going to the hospital for a medical problem. The person was warned.

Monday, April 10, 2006

April 9, 2006

A suspicious woman was touching vehicles in a dark downtown alley. She refused to give officers her name and was subsequently arrested.

Two men were yelling at each other on North Willson Avenue. They were friends and decided to stop fighting.

A West Oak Street father wanted an officer to tell his unruly children to work on their listening skills. The mother then called and said her husband was drunk. Officers told the father to stop drinking and not to call 911 for this type of complaint.

A moose was trapped in a fenced-in construction area on Highland Boulevard.

There was a dead eagle on the frontage road.